How to Setup Windows® XP® in Samsung® X360 Notebook
Get to know more about activating, registering and configuring Windows XP in Samsung X360?
The specifications of Samsung X360 are really interesting and deserve your attention. It has the Intel Core 2 Duo SU9300 as Processor which is of 1.20GHz and 3MB L2 cache memory. It comes integrated with Intel GS45 + ICH9MS chipset and the memory sixe is up to 4 GB DDR3 with two RAM slots and the data bus speed of up to 1066 MHz. The SATA Hard disk storage capacity is about 120GB and of 5400RPM. It has a 13.3” WXGA Widescreen display and comes integrated with Intel GMA X4500 Graphics controller. It also has both VGA and HDMI Out ports and High Definition Audio sound controller with two speakers. The 10/100/1000 Ethernet, Intel 802.11a/b/g Wireless and 2.0+EDR Bluetooth provides excellent network connectivity features. The default Operating System in Samsung X360 is Windows Vista but it is also possible for you to upgrade or downgrade the OS to your convenient versions of Windows. This article deals with the ways to set up Windows XP in your Samsung X360.The three main steps involved in the set up process of Windows XP are activation, registration and configuration.
Here are the steps involved in the setup of Windows XP in Samsung X360 in detail:
- Activate Windows XP
- Register Windows XP
- Configure Windows XP
Activate Windows XP
The activation of Windows XP is required to be done within 30 days after you have installed Windows XP in your Samsung X360 system. The Windows XP could be activated either online or by using a telephone. For the process to start you need to go to the Control Panel and then choose the option to activate your copy of Windows XP with Microsoft. By performing activation you could safeguard your OS from software counterfeiting issues.
Register Windows XP
After activating the copy of Windows XP in your Samsung X360, you could register yourself with Microsoft in order to avail new updates and information on the different offers and products from Microsoft. You need enter your required contact informations such as your name, email id etc in the Microsoft webpage. But compared to activation process the registration is supposed to be a non-compulsory step and you could even pass over this step if not needed.
Once you have completed the activation process of your copy of Windows XP Operating System the next step that follows is configuration. This is to configure the Operating System settings according to your needs and interests so that you could make the Operating System very much user friendly to you. You could configure your Network Connection settings, Graphics settings, Bluetooth etc. But configuring the settings is not an easy task and any error while setting up might affect the system performance and sometimes would raise technical issues in your Samsung X360.